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The unemployment rate in New Jersey, New Jersey, is 4.90%, with job growth of 1.88%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 38.86%.

New Jersey, New Jersey Taxes
New Jersey, New Jersey,sales tax rate is 7.00%. Income tax is 5.53%.

New Jersey, New Jersey Income and Salaries

The income per capita is $36,359, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $72,062.

  ECONOMYNew Jersey, New JerseyUnited States
  Unemployment Rate  4.90%5.20%
  Recent Job Growth  1.88%1.59%
  Future Job Growth  38.86%37.98%
  Sales Taxes  7.00%6.00%
  Income Taxes  5.53%4.60%
  Income per Cap.  $36,359$28,555
  Household Income  $72,062$53,482
  Family Median Income  $87,999$65,443
  Management, business, finance  16.82%14.54%
  Engineering, computers, science  6.32%5.34%
  Community, social services  1.63%1.67%
  Legal  1.49%1.16%
  Education, library  6.77%6.13%
  Arts, design, media, sports, entertainment  1.98%1.91%
  Healthcare practitioners and technology  5.66%5.67%
  Healthcare support  2.42%2.51%
  Firefighters, law enforcement  2.47%2.23%
  Food preparation, serving  4.72%5.76%
  Building maintenance  3.65%4.01%
  Personal care  3.52%3.65%
  Sales, office, administrative support  24.94%24.36%
  Farming, fishing, forestry  0.18%0.73%
  Construction, extraction, maintenance/repair  7.06%8.24%
  Production, transportation, material moving  10.37%12.09%


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